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  • #49286

    Hae-Mi
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    Does anybody know the basic korean recipes i should be keeping around my house?

    #53247

    koralex90
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    Basic Korean cooking ingredients include:

    1. Sesame Oil

    2. Hot Pepper Powder

    3. Hot Pepper Powder

    4. Dried Anchovies

    5. Garlic

    6. Short-Grain Rice

    7. Soy Sauce

    8. Soy Bean Paste

    9. Sesame Seeds

    10. Tofu

    11. Green Onions

    12. Kimchi

    I think if you have these basic ingredients, you can make almost any dish on Maangchi’s site.

    #53248

    Reinier
    Member

    Also, dried shii-take mushrooms.

    Very conventient and you can keep them almost forever.

    #53249

    jeaniem23
    Member

    I would also suggest Kelp

    #53250

    sirdanilot
    Member

    Don’t forget to buy hot pepper paste (gochujang).

    #53251

    Is there another way to distinguish “short-grain” rice at my local Asian Market? I can’t tell the difference between a lot of the selections.

    #53252

    samyoowell
    Member

    1. Sesame Oil (cham gereum)

    2. Hot Pepper Powder (gochu garu)

    3. Hot Pepper Paste (gochu jang)

    4. Dried Anchovies (myul chi)

    5. Garlic (ma neul)

    6. Soy Sauce (jo seon gan jang)

    7. Soup Soy Sauce (gook gan jang)

    8. Soy Bean Paste (dwen jang)

    8. Sesame Seeds (crushed and uncrushed) (kke)

    9. Green Onions (pa)

    To be realistic, in my opinion, a lot of the recipes that are posted on Maangchi’s site take a lot of time and effort. There are more normative foods that are really basic. I would say the basic recipes would have to be like knowing how to make kimchi, kimchi stew (kimchi jjige), dwenjang jjige’s, also all the basic soups like mi yuk guk (seaweed soup), kong namool guk (bean sprout soup), moo gook (radish soup).

    #53253

    Pure_Hapa
    Member

    Korean recipes are more time-consuming than some cuisines, granted. But I find that Maangchi’s recipes lean toward simplicity.

    Laughlady, just ask for rice that Koreans and Japanese eat.

    #53254

    Maangchi
    Participant

    I added new section “The beginner’s gude to Korean cooking”. Check this out.

    http://www.maangchi.com/guide

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